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% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> welcome back to "the kudlow report." our big story tonight, russia's military intervention in ukraine. president obama coming out today with some very strong language for vladimir putin. cnbc's john harwood live for us from washington, d.c. good evening, john. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good evening, larry. the administration's been scrambling all day as it did over the weekend to try to respond to that russian intervention, both in terms of imposing costs, as the president put it, on russia but also trying to find some assistance for ukraine. john kerry, the secretary of state who right now is giving a speech to apec and discussing the israeli/palestinian peace process and issues related to iran, is flying to kiev tomorrow to meet with the government. and president obama this afternoon when he said that russia was on the wrong side of h
in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> many hedge funds are sticking out the emerging market turmoil despite becoming more positive on emerging markets. the number of leading fund managers are telling cnbc they remain under levels despite the emerging markets and the restrictions that come from typical hedge fund c structures. for more on this report, head online at cnbc.com. >>> hedge fund managers seek out gains from last month. will it continue? anthony lawler, portfolio manager at cam, joins me now. anthony, hedge funds got hit in january, classic japanese reflation trade. actually, those kinds of trades that have helped them pick up that performance in february. >> that's an important question, i think, by and large the answer to that question is no. the hedge fu
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. in washington, there is a case of a florida inmate on death row and saying that florida can't execute him because he's mentally disabled but scoring over 70 on the iq tests and the state is not considering him mentally disabled and they are questioning the testing. >> in texas a police department is taking a new approach to repeat offenders. officers are creating relationships with the people they keep cuffing. >> as a father of 7, mike is stretched thin. >> like a referee at times. his 15 as aspergers and needs extra attention. >> lack of understanding of other people. >> with the exception of a police officer, monique met him a year ago after running away from home. he's part of the victimization unit and breaking the pattern of arresting the same people for the same crimes. hall makes visits to mike's home becoming a familiar face to the troubled teen. >> he talks to her and he's excited to see her. >> after reviewing the data t police chief noticed a trend, most of the repeat activity came v coming from two groups vick tips and offenders that suffer from mental illness or violence. th
something that wasn't there yesterday as of midnight. today what you have is you have a row of men dressed in civilian, with orange and black insignia indicating that there's an allegiance to russia. behind them are men in military fatigue, carrying weapons. now, we have been asking who are the men. we haven't been getting a straight answer. they look like the same men that appeared in front of the airport yesterday. now, no one is allowed near the parliament building at this stage, even though we have been watching these men with the russian insignia telling civilians don't go that way, diverting the people walking in the area. we show soldiers taking defensive positions in front of the parliament building. when asked why are you doing that, we were told, "we are trying to protect the region", we don't want the chaos in kiev. when we ask the men in black who they are, we are the self-defence unit like the ones in maydan. they are saying that they are safe guarding the constitution of this region. they are saying that they would like to see viktor yanukovych return to the country. they say
for elderly and sick and people that can't afford it. the row to serfdom always begins with good intentions. when government is this much enmeshed in a program like this it always leads to disaster. bill: a couple things he fears coburn says, obamacare is next one to join the club of medicaid as we just pointed out. medicare, 16,750%. defense health programs, 1300%. veterans medical care, 4500%. all this now -- listen -- bill: got to pay for it, charlie. >> every time the government is involved in these programs they balloon greater than the rate of inflation. look why housing prices went up so much. i give you a analogy. they went a lot because you have government involvement. went up until the rate of inflation until they crash. this stuff always crashes in the end, unto the northly. bill: unfortunately. see you on fbn. charlie gasparino. what's next, martha? martha: thanks, guys. there is a big push underway for dallas to host the 2016 national convention. the last time it was in the big d, 1984 when delegates officially nominated president ronald reagan for his second term. casey stiege
using them in overwhelming numbers and, chris, it's been working. we've had several elections in a row where we haven't had long lines at the polls, where people have been able to exercise their franchise. the problem from the republican point of view is any haven't always gotten the results that they want and so they're changing the rules again. >> i want to play the ohio gop chairman who appeared earlier to make the argument that it was too costly. take a listen. >> having government offices open on weekends is an unusual thing. try to go to the post office on a weekend or try to go visit your congressman's office on a weekend, on a sunday. they're almost never open. having to pay these folks overtime, all of this burden falls on the local elections officials. they're the ones who came to us. they're the ones who came to the secretary of state and to the legislature and asked for some relief. >> your response to that? >> it is just absolutely absurd. first of all, how do you put a price tag on democracy? we know what happens when we don't fund these things appropriately. the state ha
mind at all. >> jeff row, you interviewed president obama on sunday. he doesn't buy into the idea that other countries, whether it's iran or syria, that they aren't convinced that he would act. in fact, he told you point blank that he knows the iranian leaders were worried that he would actually do something militarily? >> right. he applied without saying anything, obviously, that they have good information about the way that they react to his moves. his argument was the obanly rean he gave up the chemical weapons is because they actually believed that he would attack. and so he believes that his deterrent power is in place. obviously with russia you're dealing with a much larger power, a nuclear power, so the actions are more limited. but he believes that people take him seriously when he says i'm going to use force. it's an open question and different parts of the world including the middle east and eastern europe whether those leaders believe it. >> what do you think? >> what do i think? >> yeah? i think he's a president who has found himself using military force far more than
, you know, i am not passing judgment because i don't know. >> that sting involved more than 3 dozen law enforcement agencies. authorities posing online as children in internet chat rooms. >> one iq point can mean the difference between life and death for a florida death row inmate. the supreme court hearing the case of freddy lee hall. his lawyers say florida can't execute him because he is mentally challenged. with his score on the iq tests, the state doesn't look at him. they will look at iq only to determine whether an inmate should be put to death. >> a case involving amazon workers is also heading to the high court. employees at am zon's warehouses say they have to wait in long lines, security lines, at the end of their shifts. the supreme court will decide if amazon should pay them for that time they spend in those lines. other companies facing similar complaints. apple requiring some employees to undergo two bag searches a day. >> became grounds for a class action lawsuit last year. >>> parts of the east coast recovering from a very powerful winter storm, a series of storms dumpi
, it is only now gone viral. the heckler said she wanted timber blake to see her. >> you are in the second row. you don't have to flip me off. >> reporter: he imtatd hitated getting ready for the concert. >> doing the makeup. i know what to do, girl. >> reporter: the fan that shot this video won the concert tickets and the trip to phillie in a contest. >> he is so charming. he is so charming. >> reporter: stephanie low was specially impressed with how he handled the heckler. >> i have seen a lot of comedians get heckled and usually they kind of throw it back at the person, kind of insult them. >> reporter: daniel tosh is known for dishing it back. we are going to edit you out like your parents wish they could. >> reporter: jamie kennedy was interrupted when he used the word waitress. >> they are called is servers. >> i would like you to serve your mouth shut. >> justin timberlake wasn't serving up putdowns. >> he made it positive and got the whole crowd laughing. >> let's listen. let's all do it at the same time so we can get this over with. >> if that is the perfect way to handle a heckler, w
and i would not be here today if it wasn't for my caddy and my best friend. >> reporter: what a shot. to the college hardwood, number 8 villa nova and looking like a tournament team and won three in a row coming on to sunday and taking on marquette, the golden eagles won 5 of 6 and wilson has a easy two and darren went all wild and scored a career high 26 points and a triple to end on a high night and all nova and finds visit jenkins and nova wins and 26th win in season and the regular season record. number three arizona hosting stanford, early in the first half, it's the academy awards, look at that, now we are back, that is beautiful, we are back to basketball. arizona three up and tj lays it up and they throw up the ally and has a two-hand slam and more from gordon in the second half and drives it and lays it in and if he goes prohe goes 19 points and boards and the regular season home game and 79-66 to win the pack 12, that is sports for this hour with a little bit of the academy awards. >> injecting glammar into the college hoops. ididarod dog shred race is on. nearly 70 people
announced at that time, we would not have had to close down half of manhattan it wouldn't have cost $200 million a year, and the defendants would be on death row. >> instead, the military trial of ksm may not begin until the year 2015. then again, as davidson notes, eyes of the nation have not exactly turned to his pretrial hearings which have staggered along at guantanamo like around out of town show that anyone has any intention of seeing. joining me, amy davidson. we've been talking about, in an effort to draw more attention to what is happening, talking about the lack of discussion, which is nothing of the eyeballs turned, to words what's a huge deal for the country and for the city. >> one would think would be a huge dealing it is a mystery it's no like we're a country that doesn't like courtroom dramas. it not like a country that hasn't been changed by 9/11. so that's where i started, why -- why aren't we more excited about the trials? why aren't we following them? even pretrial hearing for khalid shaikh mohammed, under a couple of answers, one is what holder was talking about how
is that the farmers will shift water from row crops, rice, i don't know, tomatoes, cotton, other kinds of crops. they'll shift from those annual crops over to the permanent crops to the trees so that the trees can be saved. even so, those trees will not produce as much this year for a variety of reasons. mostly because they're short of water. and so there will be a hurt throughout the state. certainly the farm workers, the farmers, those businesses that serve that industry. all the way from the truckers that move the tomatoes torocery. >> representative garamendi, before i let you go, sir, i wanted to ask you about what's happening in ukraine. and the fact is, it may come to a point where congress has to take a vote on something relative to if we do anything at all there. what are your sentiments about what is going on there? i mean, u.s. potential to get involved. u.s. options. are there options that we have? >> well, there's a -- yes, there are options. first of all, cool it. take a step back. take a deep breath. there is a potential for very, very serious problems. and perhaps even military confro
in a row and people that are very nervous about what happens if you have the europe, russia and the u.s. fighting over prospects in ukraine. i say, don't let vladmir putin be your financial manager. here is why. if you sold stocks on monday, then, when they rallied back, you lost all that. regular people should not be. regular investors like you and me should not be trading geopolitics. it is a fool's game. we don't know what will happen next. plan on retirement based on how old you are, stocks, bonds, asset allocation. >> you don't let vladimir putin get under your skin. christine romans is talking about what effect this is going to have on americans right now. this has a much bigger impact, much more direct on everyone in europe. >> of course, not only is it on their doorstep but if you take countries like germany, they have the biggest cross border flows between europe and russia. which commodity is most at risk, gas, oil, gas lines go through ukraine on to europe. so not only is this hiking the price of gas to the ukraine. that could disrupt supplies to countries from as far north
come off of doing like three things in a row. now i can't remember the name of it, the larry david movie on hbo and robo cop at the same time. i was flying back and forth and i was getting ready to start or maybe i'd shot this movie called bird man. and so i was pretty beat by the time i got there, and there was long speeches. because the character lives up in a tower and he kind of sets up the race. interestingly, the original -- the guy's name originally was bird man. and there's a movie called bird man that i'm in. and so they had to change it to the monarch and i don't know why. but -- >> you're in a lot of movies. "bird man," "robo cop." >> yep. >> the new robo cop has this big suit. wears a suit. >> a suit. >> you know something about this. you were batman. did you have sympathy for this suit? >> no. because it's air conditioned and it's a whole other ball game. no, i actually kind of did. but they are -- it is much easier to wear. in batman, they were still trying to figure out how this whole thing would work. and the thing about it is, if it goes wrong, it goes way wrong. >
investing in general. i would ask you for your mac roy row view in the markets. in your letter, you pointed out you don't give much credence to people offering macro views. >> no. i've been buying stocks and businesses for a lot of years. i've never bite becaused on macro figures. the first business i bought was in the spring of on '92. the macro factors were not looking good. we were -- it was right up at pearl harbor and we were getting clobbered in the south pacific and the war does not look good. i think almost every american thought we were going to win the war. but when i bought my fist stock, i spent all my $120. i was not doing it based on headlines. i did it for what i was get forth my money. >> when you bought into it, you say you haven't looked at macros. i can think of times when you have looked add macros. >> stocks are demonstratablely cheap. i remember an early in 1974 -- or i did an interview with forbes and in 2008 i wrote an article for the times. occasionally when they're ridiculously cheap. but most of the time, they're good value. but there have been a few times when i
to be better sentiment around china, doesn't there? >> absolutely. china is the key driver. >> everyone's getting nervous because the u.n. has been fixed below for the second wednesday in a row. >> i would be careful because the government does what the government wants in china. remember this is not a democratic government. they have a long-term strategic economic plan in place. we will see a moderate acceleration of growth. i don't think we'll see it 7% or below growth. i think it's more like to be 7 1/2 plus, which would be good news for miners. >> talk to us more broadly about european equities. the large cap making moves, volatility well contained. bullish signals? >> i would say so. little note of caution there, because i must admit when everyone gets bull ush i get nervous. when the retail investor is confronted with the scenario where bank interest rates are abysmal and getting more abysmal by the day, bonds look dreadful as well, where are you putting your money? in equities and property, those are the only two asset collapses that seem to offer any sort of hope for the retail
. >> what about rick's idea, which i like, which is this notion that you can't get sustainability here. you do a good quarter. there's every reason to believe, given how slow the economy is running, that you'd have a couple sustained quarters in a row. you did a nice 4.1, you can only follow it up with a 2.4. >> somebody said about that 4.1, that there was an inventory component to it. i'm not sure how that played out in this revision. we'd like faster growth, obviously, like faster growth, in the late '90s we'd have 4 had the -- 4.1 quarters one right after the other. it's been a long road to recovery in this -- since the financial crisis. >> segue to policy real quickly. we haven't had a chance to talk about one particular issue. 6.5%. that's the threshold for thinking about raising rates. >> yes. >> you're at 6.6. >> yes. >> what do you do with that language at the next meeting? >> that's a great question. we knew when we set up these thresholds that at some point we would pass through one of the thresholds and probably the unemployment one. and that's exactly what's happening. now we'll
about it. >> how many days in a row can you lead with another icahn letter? fourth day in a row. >> talking about thousands of points of light of journalism. >> now carl's using hashtags in his tweets. >> he's ahead of me. >> i haven't gotten a hash glag selfie today. >> cate blanchett uses the word hashtag in her speech and carl using it. >> patrick stewart right over there and told you that this is everything. twitter? >> down 1%. i thought ellen did a good job. another network. >> yes. >> iger network. shots of iger in the audience. >> i still watch it. >> the whole thing, of course. >> i still watch it. >> we're paying the price today but i did watch the whole thing. the dow's down 124, bob is on the floor. >> good morning. what does the ukraine mean for the global markets? risk off right now. what it certainly means, at least now, even if it's resolved shortly, another headwind for global growth. is that a tough winter in the u.s., that's a headwind. ukraine's a bit of a headwind on how serious it is and how long it takes to resolve. that will determine how much of a headwi
, in december, we lost three games in a row. and everybody was up in arms saying, oh, no, the ravens, they're not going to make the playoffs, this and that. we didn't panic, because we knew what we were about. we didn't try to change anything, try to change who we were. we went back to our fundamentals, and played ravens football. that's why we were successful. >> matt, this book is really exciting. i think the essence is all about character. two issues recently in football that call into question character of a lot of football players, the issue that happened with the miami dolphins in terms of bullying. my question, how does that go down in the locker room without people getting control of it? and secondly, we still have the issue of gay athletes. there are a lot of football players that come out and say, hey, choice or not choice it, will have an effect in the locker room. i'd love your thoughts on both of those. >> the miami dolphins. you're talking about two guys out of 1,800. the locker room is a unique culture. i'm not going to deny that. it's a very unique workplace. there's not ma
is holding in his mouth real tight. how cute. the kitty trying with all its might. >> doesn't stand a chance. eventually the dog lifts the cat, causing the cat to let go, falling to the floor. >> that's awesome. >> that cat is not giving up. >> no, he's not. >> two days in a row, one for the cat, one for the dog. that is cute. >> that's adorable. >> once the cat goes for its nose, he'll drop that. >>> coming up -- finding a nearby public rest room that's not disgusting? yeah, there's an app for that. >>> first, keep your cool or else. how today's angry outbursts could harm your health tomorrow. stay tuned for some serious health warnings. you're watching "world news now." ♪ i'm not angry >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by lifelock. ou by lifelock. "world news now" weather brought to you by life lock. cco, and stole her hard-earned money. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplaced information to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft. and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. lifelock offers the most co
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